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Reflections Of Our Past - "infinite Future Chaos"

by Nicholas Iler

This was an image I downloaded for the &quot;Infinite Future Chaos&quot;&nbsp;RedBubble.com challenge. There are lots of masks in this piece to get all the different colors to blend. The main focus is future going backwards and nothing but dark beauty left. I gave the text an incoherent look because the future is murky, and not easy to predict. I wrote future backwards because history repeats itself. What changes is how we adapt to the future. Will we adapt? I hope so&hellip; for our sake.<br />//<br />Many nights and hours staring into this image making changes here and there until I reached this point. Funny, it appears I have come full circle and back where I started from. The image has become itself. It is now the original of its original. Waiting upon a dormant download for someone else to gain inspiration from or keep it in its originality, entirely. <br />//<br />Thank you for glancing at my Visions,<br />Let us all make a beautiful future together.
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  • 31/10 2007
    08:11

    Nicholas Iler

    Thanks, Twiggy, Anders, OrbitGal and Susi. I have some other visions I'll be working on soon !-)
  • 23/10 2007
    07:57

    susi Lawson

    Crazy cool!
  • 15/10 2007
    12:50

    Kim Martin

    i love your vision and would love to see more of your work...
  • 10/10 2007
    11:34

    Anders Nielsen

    agree fantastic job i really like way the colours is blending at the sky.....sorry for my bad english
  • 05/10 2007
    07:19

    TWIGGS C

    Great image Nicholas fantastic job:)
  • 04/10 2007
    08:27

    Nicholas Iler

    Thanks Bill and Peter, I really appreciate the comments. I didn't want this piece to be connected with reality. My opinion is that the future cannot have a reality attached until it has passed. Life happens, and then the reality sets in. Therefore, fu
  • 04/10 2007
    08:24

    Bill Funk

    Hi Nicholas! There's lots going on here and the colors are amazing. I have to agree that it's hard to find an anchor on reality with this, but taken purely as art, this works for me. I like the way the road draws you into that awesome sky and yo
  • 03/10 2007
    04:05

    Peter Clark

    Ah, looks amazing. I need to get used to making artistic stuff like this. At worth1000.com they aim for Photorealism so art things like this never go through. Amazing chop though, i love it.